Each module contains a full suite of components -- including an Intel "Cherry Trail" Atom processor -- and connects to a laptop dock with 11.6-inch screen. The company hopes to find customers who want two distinct systems that can be switched out as needed.
The company's latest attempt to resurrect the old VoodooPC magic includes a striking high-end PC built in collaboration with Maingear, as well as a 17.3-inch gaming laptop with Nvidia's new mobile graphics.
It looks like an Apple notebook, and it's named like one, though the Mi runs Windows and will be cheaper, starting at roughly $525. Two configurations will begin shipping later this month in China -- but will they ever be available elsewhere?
The budget Windows 10 notebooks will now come with dual-antenna Wi-Fi, improved battery life, and an update processor. The Stream 11 will keep its $199 price, while the new 14-inch version will cost $20 more.